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Veeam ‘on track’ to be a $1 billion company according to latest financial report
The enterprise software company has posted $827M in total bookings revenue in 2017, an increase of 36% year-over-year.
Dimension Data, Diversus win big at NetApp A/NZ Partner Awards
This year, NetApp introduced a new award category at the individual level – Data Visionary of the Year.
Public cloud demand driving server, storage and switch sales
Dell and HPE have lost ground in the cloud IT infrastructure market as Huawei, NetApp and Inspur surge, albeit from smaller bases.
Veeam and NetApp take relationship to new level with resell agreement
This agreement will equip 4,000 NetApp resellers globally to deliver NetApp/Veeam integrated Availability solutions.
IT's need for speed: Is your cloud fast enough?
Investing in flash as the new standard for storage can significantly raise the cloud’s speed.
After a new job? Here's two of the top 10 best places to work in AU
For those unhappy with their job, here's a couple of companies that have made it into Australia's top ten best places to work.
Google, NetApp, Intuit...The best company to work for in India revealed
“Our culture of innovation is based on our values which are simply that we do the right thing, the right way."
NetApp A/NZ comes out on top for All-Flash Array storage in IDC survey
“The All Flash Array market in A/NZ is gaining significance and Flash solutions are changing the economics of the Data Centre.”
Cisco & NetApp: New converged infrastructure solution fuels digital transformation
“The adoption of private cloud solutions offers an approach that helps organizations more easily transition to the future."
NetApp: New data center modernization, HCI & hybrid cloud offerings
NetApp identifies digital transformation as a top priority and says that global business leaders need new ways to harness their data.
Westcon-Comstor gets grilling with NetApp and Cisco
Westcon-Comstor's partners mastered the art of the BBQ - and Flexpod - at a recent masterclass in Auckland.
NetApp reveals new efficiency and capacity guarantee for storage
Or the company will cover the costs to make up the difference. The guarantee is available for the entire AFF family.
NetApp appoints new managing director for A/NZ market
"He has taken over for Steve Manley who, after successfully leading the ANZ team for nearly three years, has been promoted to the role of VP."
PHOTO GALLERY: The finger-licking good Comstor & NetApp BBQ
Comstor and NetApp launched their new solution specific for the NZ market - here's some pictures of the BBQ event.
Photo gallery: Channel celebrates at NetApp ANZ Partner Awards
NetApp honoured its Australian and New Zealand partners last week with the second annual ANZ Partner Awards. And the winners are...
Registrations filling up for the Comstor & NetApp BBQ - don't miss out
Comstor and NetApp are launching their new solution specifically for the NZ market - what better way to mark this event than a classic BBQ?
Arrow Electronics and Equinix introduce new hybrid cloud solution
According to the companies, hybrid cloud (the combination of public and private clouds) is rapidly becoming the standard enterprise deployment model.
Brocade's Gen 6 Fibre Channels picked up by Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HDS & NetApp
Brocade's Gen 6 Fibre Channel solutions have now been picked up by the company's key OEM partners, including Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HDS and NetApp.
LeaseWeb chooses NetApp Flash for cloud infrastructure delivery
LeaseWeb integrated NetApp Flash into its cloud hosting solutions, improving infrastructure delivery to enterprise customers using cloud services.
ASE, NetApp partnership brings new cloud solutions to SMEs
Two Australian software giants have partnered to create two new cloud management offerings that will service SMEs and data centres worldwide.
Exclusive: NetApp's Kiwi boss details data transport play
NetApp isn't just about storage anymore. The company's new Kiwi boss outlines the how data transport is now a key play.
ASE customers get double the deal
"We set out to be the most secure and innovative in terms of cloud services providers."
Sick of tape? Why you should upgrade antiquated infrastructure
Despite the rapid growth of the IT industry, there still remains many companies battling with their antiquated tape libraries.
First OpenStack Australia Day indicates strong uptake
The first OpenStack conference in Australia revealed strong growth in the local market, as well as opportunities for vendors and service providers.